Harbor Vet

★★★★★
  • 542 E Constance Rd

    Suffolk, VA 23434

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  • 757-925-2011

About Harbor Vet

Hours
Thu 8am-8pm, Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 8am-12am

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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I have been taking my critters to Doc Harbour for as far back as when he was still affiliated with Actin. This man cares about our pets and always listens. Many years ago, my 7 year old son's pet gerbal managed to get caught in the cage and tore up one of his back legs. We took the gerbal to Doc Harbour - he determined it needed to be amputated. He needed to secure additional equipment as he did could not operate on a critter as small as a gerbal. He advised us it would run between $70-80... Were we sure we wanted to spend that kind of money on a pet that probably cost only a couple of dollars. I told him to look as my sons face. He smiled and said no problem. The gerbal lived for about four more years with three legs. My son Chris was given as an 8th birthday present a cat he named claws. When my son was 17, he was killed in an auto accident on Easter Morning 2002. Claws became depressed but carried on... a couple of years later, Claws went missing for a few days - when he came home, his back right leg was torn all up as if it had been in a trap... he was on his deathbed. We took him to Doc Harbour... I told him I was not ready to lose Chris' cat yet... he told me he would do everything he could to save him; but, the leg would have to be amputated and advised us of the cost. Long Story short - Claws lived several years more with three legs and was the only cat I have ever seen that could climb up and down a pine tree. Doc Harbour know his patients and always does his best. I have never trusted a vet as much as I do Doc Harbour.

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★★★★★

I have been taking my critters to Doc Harbour for as far back as when he was still affiliated with Actin. This man cares about our pets and always listens. Many years ago, my 7 year old son's pet gerbal managed to get caught in the cage and tore up one of his back legs. We took the gerbal to Doc Harbour - he determined it needed to be amputated. He needed to secure additional equipment as he did could not operate on a critter as small as a gerbal. He advised us it would run between $70-80... Were we sure we wanted to spend that kind of money on a pet that probably cost only a couple of dollars. I told him to look as my sons face. He smiled and said no problem. The gerbal lived for about four more years with three legs. My son Chris was given as an 8th birthday present a cat he named claws. When my son was 17, he was killed in an auto accident on Easter Morning 2002. Claws became depressed but carried on... a couple of years later, Claws went missing for a few days - when he came home, his back right leg was torn all up as if it had been in a trap... he was on his deathbed. We took him to Doc Harbour... I told him I was not ready to lose Chris' cat yet... he told me he would do everything he could to save him; but, the leg would have to be amputated and advised us of the cost. Long Story short - Claws lived several years more with three legs and was the only cat I have ever seen that could climb up and down a pine tree. Doc Harbour know his patients and always does his best. I have never trusted a vet as much as I do Doc Harbour.

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Dr. Harbour has always been my favorite vet in Suffolk. He is a nice man with a good bedside manner. He takes the time to get to know your pet and even remembers them after they are gone. He seems expensive, but I guess no more so than any other vet.

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Dr. Harbour has always been my favorite vet in Suffolk. He is a nice man with a good bedside manner. He takes the time to get to know your pet and even remembers them after they are gone. He seems expensive, but I guess no more so than any other vet.

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